Modern Italian Food

by Stefano de Pieri, Earl Carter

Published: April 2007
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Pages: 272
Paperback
ISBN: 9781740664363

       

Overview of Modern Italian Food

Stefano de Pieri learned to cook as a child in Veneto in the north of Italy. Offering recipes with roots from the Old World and the New, this cookbook tempts and encourages the domestic cook. Food is about conviviality and hospitality, to be made and consumed with enjoyment and in the company of family and friends. With his lively prose and accessible recipes, it also features a comprehensive section on Italian wine, cheese, and preserves—perfect for creating both Old World, northern-Italian dishes and modern ones using regional produce.

Synopsis of Modern Italian Food

Stefano de Pieri learned to cook as a child in Veneto in the north of Italy. Offering recipes with roots from the Old World and the New, this cookbook tempts and encourages the domestic cook. Food is about conviviality and hospitality, to be made and consumed with enjoyment and in the company of family and friends. With his lively prose and accessible recipes, it also features a comprehensive section on Italian wine, cheese, and preserves—perfect for creating both Old World, northern-Italian dishes and modern ones using regional produce.

About the Author, Stefano de Pieri

Stefano de Pieri is the chef and owner of Stefano's Restaurant in Mildura, Australia. He is the author of the bestselling cookbooks The Cook and the Maestro, A Feast by the River, and Mumma’s Kitchen.

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